18 11月 Molten Aluminum Filter Infun Foundry Spain
Molten Aluminum Filter Infun Foundry Spain can reduce impurities and inclusions in the melt before casting.
The quality of aluminum melt treatment will affect the quality of steel ingot products, and affect the quality of subsequent processing and product materials.
Molten Aluminum Filter Infun Foundry Spain is designed to ensure the high purity of aluminum alloy blank castings in metallurgical plants, and it is also used in the filtration of aluminum castings in foundries.
The filter has a three-dimensional structure of interconnected pores, forming a labyrinth of ceramic filter bodies. The cast filter is characterized by a homogeneous ceramic structure with minimal clogging on the two working surfaces.
This creates the best conditions for the effective operation of all filtering mechanisms.
The chemical composition of alumina-based filter ceramics can effectively trap unwanted impurities, especially inclusions of similar composition (oxide traps).
Due to its high stability, even if exposed to high temperatures for a long time, the filter can be successfully used in a filter box or heating furnace to filter a large amount of liquid metal.
Summary of the import and export situation of aluminum products in various countries in the past three years
From 2018 to 2019, Ecuador imported a total of 4,554 tons of aluminum foil, of which, the import volume in 2018 was 2,211 tons, and the import volume in 2019 increased by 5.97% to 2,343 tons. The country’s aluminum foil imports are expected to decline by 25.73% to 1,740 tons in 2020.
Ecuador mainly imports aluminum foil from Canada, Chile, Colombia, Costa Rica, El Salvador, Guatemala, Honduras, Panama and other countries.
From 2018 to 2019, the Czech Republic has imported a total of 29,798 tons of aluminum cans. Among them, the import volume in 2018 was 13,948 tons. In 2019, the import volume increased by 13.63% to 15,850 tons. It is expected that the country’s aluminum cans import volume will increase in 2020. An increase of 91.16% to 30,300 tons.
The Czech Republic mainly imports aluminum can materials from Austria, Belgium, France, China, Croatia, Germany, Hungary, Italy, the Netherlands, Poland, Romania and other countries.
From 2018 to 2019, Latvia imported a total of 8,543 tons of aluminum bars and profiles, of which 3,660 tons were imported in 2018, and imports in 2019 increased by 33.41% to 4,883 tons. It is expected that imports in 2020 will decline by 15.72% to 4,115 tons.
Latvia mainly imports aluminum bars and profiles from Belarus, Belgium, China, the Czech Republic, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, Germany, Hungary, Italy, the Netherlands, Norway, Poland and other countries.
From 2018 to 2019, Singapore exported a total of 2,793 tons of aluminum structural parts. Among them, the export volume in 2018 was only 346 tons, but the export volume in 2019 increased by 607.22% year-on-year to 2,447 tons. It is expected that the country’s aluminum structural parts in 2020 Export volume will further increase by 106.78% to 5,060 tons.
Singapore’s aluminum structural parts are mainly exported to Australia, Brazil, Indonesia, Malaysia, China, Thailand, the United States and other countries.
From 2018 to 2019, Finland exported a total of 14,131 tons of aluminum structural parts, of which, the export volume in 2018 was 6,089 tons, and the export volume in 2019 increased by 32.07% to 8,042 tons. It is expected that in 2020 the export volume of aluminum structural parts in the country will further increase by 8.71% to 8,746 tons.
Finnish aluminum structural parts are mainly exported to Austria, Bahamas, Brazil, Bulgaria, Czech Republic, Canada, China, Denmark, Estonia, France, Germany, Iceland, Italy, Japan, Norway, Philippines and other countries.
From 2018 to 2019, Costa Rica exported a total of 18,178 tons of aluminum scrap, of which, the export volume in 2018 was 6,963 tons, and the export volume in 2019 increased by 61.06% to 11,215 tons. It is expected that the country’s scrap aluminum exports in 2020 will further increase by 38.27% to 15,507 Ton.
Costa Rica’s aluminum scrap is mainly exported to Brazil, Canada, Chile, Cuba, Ecuador, Greece, Italy, Malaysia, Mexico, South Korea, Spain, the United States and other countries.